In Canada, a 37-year-old woman and her ten-month-old baby killed by a grizzly bear.
Gjermund Roesholt wanted Monday afternoon, and some fall to check that he was erected in the woods near his cabin in the Yukon, in northwestern Canada. He was, however, attacked by a grizzly bear. Roesholt, an experienced hunter, managed to get the animal to shoot it dead. When he came near the hut came, he discovered, however, the bodies of his partner Valérie Théoret, a school teacher of 37 years, and their daughter Adèle, a mere 10 months old. More than likely the two were by the same animal killed.
It is already the third deadly incident with a bear in Canada this year. At the beginning of July was a resident of Nunavut killed by a polar bear and at the end of August survived a inuitjager an attack by a polar bear.